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Old 06-28-2016, 12:09 PM   #1
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2015 XLR Hyperlite 29HFS

The toyhauler is pretty well documented here on the Toy Hauler / XLR forum. Especially, "What did you do to your Hyperlite XLR today" Some of my first mods were actually redone and improved.

It came with the Kick Start and Adrenalin packages as well as the recliner ILO the dinette and the gray gel coat exterior; has the standard 13.5K BTU ducted AC unit

... but I've added a 10K portable in the garage with its own separate 120v feed, which I will let go with the unit.

I've replace the microwave with a convection unit, improved and added to the ability to keep it warm, insulated the floor, added MaxAir powered vents (2), more LED lights, Dexter EZ Flex, grab and screen door handles; nearly new GC2 6 volts batteries (460AH total) in a custom tongue box, electric tongue jack, cabinet work here and there, extensive wiring, new foam mattresses, and I've installed a very nice audio with 9 new speakers, including the 12" dual coil sub on its own amp.

I would also consider letting the Dish receiver and Winegard Carry out go since the receiver is built in now ... a $600/700 value ... The list is extensive, with a recent very nice solar install (3 - 150 Watt panels) and now very off grid capable with the new Magnum 2000 Watt inverter / charger with all the best monitors.

I have at least $36K invested and who knows how many thousand hours labor and am asking $30K. Oh, and when not camping it is protected under an RV port and has just been cleaned and waxed.
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Old 06-28-2016, 01:10 PM   #2
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lots great awesome mods , a steel at that price
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Old 06-30-2016, 09:04 AM   #3
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I forgot to mention something very important. FR upgraded to 5200# axles right after I bought it and so here are the new weight stickers. You won't get this with a newvl 29HFS.

Also, new $500 Andersen hitch included.

By the way, my solar setup produces over 21volts and I have seen 27 amps.

Did I mention the $1700 Magnum MS2012 pure sine wave inverter with its 5 stage (yes 5) that will bring all 4 batteries to full (from 50%) in less than 2-1/2 hrs? But is seldom needed if I have sun. I can run the basics for 4 days without sun and without the Magnum. If needed I can (and have wired and made ready) a way to power the Magnum on my 2000w Honda... I think a 1000w would do it. It has never been needed only tested. The inverter can power everything except AC unit.

Also forgot RVLock wirh remote. Also pictured is new Infinity marine speakers and Stromberg Carlson entry grab bar. Show in next post.

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I'm in Cleveland Ga for the next week then going to Seviersvill Tn for 2; then home to Hilliard FL.
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